Muzae Sesay is the “Peacemaker” @ PUBLIC Gallery, London

PUBLIC Gallery is pleased to present Peacemaker, the first solo exhibition of Oakland based artist Muzae Sesay outside of the USA. Featuring a new series of paintings alongside an ambitious installation of twelve floor to ceiling fabric works, the exhibition continues the artist’s investigations into history, community, personal experience and built environments.

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